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Open Call - Pioneering ideas in industrial development
13 July 2018
In an open call from Vinnova, hypothesis tests or preliminary studies are being funded to test groundbreaking ideas. The aim is for organizations to be able to test ideas that can be of great importance to industry development, but the risk level is such that it is difficult to find other funding.
Autonomous shuttle in Gothenburg: 9 out of 10 are satisfied
16 June 2018
Nearly every passenger who rode the first self-driving bus in Gothenburg finds it safe and useful: this is just one of the learnings after completing the first part of the trials in Gothenburg.
How automatic material handling can increase Sweden’s competitiveness
15 June 2018
Material handling will become safer and more cost-efficient through automation, which will increase Sweden’s competitiveness.At the same time, Region Örebro County is strengthening its role as a developer of smart logistics solutions.
A pioneer in autonomous vehicles
23 May 2018
Dr Steven Shladover, a pioneer in research on automated transport systems, attracted many interested to Lindholmen and Drive Sweden's guest lecture. He talked about the importance of connectivity between vehicles and between vehicles and infrastructure, and both looked back and far into the future. Here you can also see his lecture.
Sweden will create a leading international environment for collaboration on AI
16 May 2018
On May 16, Peter Eriksson, Minister for Digital Development, launched an international leading artificial intelligence collaboration (AI) - Data Factory & Arena. The venue will be established in Gothenburg at Lindholmen Science Park.
The Premiere of Self-Driving Buses in Gothenburg
3 May 2018
The first self-driving bus is now rolling in Gothenburg, at the Chalmers University of Technology campus in Johanneberg. The project which is led by RISE is a part of the Government’s innovation partnership program, “The next generation’s travel and transport,” and is funded in part by Vinnova through Drive Sweden.
Two keynotes ready for the final conference of CIVIC & DenCity
12 April 2018
Karen Vancluysen the Executive Director of Polis and Lars Marcus, architect and professor in Urban Design at Chalmers will be keynote speakers at the final conference of CIVIC and DenCity. We welcome you to an day full of inspiration and networking June 19 at the final conference of CIVIC and DenCity!
Swedish cloud platforms paving the way for emergency vehicles
28 March 2018
A recently started Swedish research project, AD Aware Traffic Control - Emergency Vehicles, conducted by Volvo Cars, Carmenta, Ericsson, SOS Alarm and RISE, Research Institutes of Sweden is developing a cloud-based traffic control platform that builds on the Drive Sweden Innovation Cloud, and enables smooth and seamless information exchange between coordinators of emergency vehicles and automated vehicles.
Increased legal competence needed in innovation processes
16 March 2018
CLOSER, the national arena for increased transportation efficiency in Sweden, held its annual meeting on March 7. During the day of seminars, focus was directed towards two thematic areas being established: connected and digitalized logistics, and energy supply and logistics.
Successful workshop on trust in a shared mobility future
4 March 2018
Tuesday the 20th of February, the Integrated Transport Research Lab at KTH Royal Institute of Technology hosted a workshop on trust in a Shared Mobility future. The workshop was organized in the context of the multi-stakeholder project Test Site Stockholm, funded by Drive Sweden.
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